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DoD Announces Suicide Prevention and Response Independent Review Committee Membership, Charter,...

The SPRIRC will be led by Dr. Gayle Iwamasa, a leading expert in mental health from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
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Multi-Country Monkeypox Outbreak in Non-Endemic Countries Lacks Direct Travel Links

The identification of confirmed and suspected cases of monkeypox with no direct travel links to an endemic area represents a highly unusual event.
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Verified: The Next Threat

Verified: The Next Threat takes the listener on a journey from Russia, to Europe to the United States - to reveal how extremists are...
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Go To Help: 31 Strategies to Offer, Ask for, and Get...

Are you tired of doing everything by yourself? Do you wish people would give you the help you need? Do you get frustrated when your attempts...

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NOAA Predicts Above-Normal 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season

The increased activity anticipated this hurricane season is attributed to several climate factors, including the ongoing La Niña that is likely to persist.
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NOAA Researchers Seek to Learn More About Tornado Experiences to Improve...

The information gathered by the Tornado Tales tool can also be used by other social scientists and local emergency managers.
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FEMA Announces First Selections Awarded for Two Mitigation Grant Programs

The programs provide funds to states, local communities, tribes and territories for eligible mitigation and planning activities.
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Leading with Character: Remembering a Character-Driven Veteran

The infamous “shot heard round the world” fired at Lexington, Mass., on April 19, 1775, changed the course of Nathan Hale’s short life.
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Coast Guard Celebrates National Safe Boating Week

In 2021, 80% of boating deaths were due to drowning and 86% of those victims were not wearing a life jacket.
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New Vice Commandant Poulin Relieved of Duty as U.S. Coast Guard...

While leading complex security operations from the Rocky Mountains eastward to the Arabian Gulf, he led the efforts to address substantial national and international challenges.

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